Pros: This card has impressed me and has made me a Nvidia fan boy for life now. I play all types of games in full resolution max everything and this card has excelled in all the games I tested it through. Games such as: Counter-Strike Global Offensive, Planetside 2, War Thunder, League of Legends, and ...
Summary: Worked very well for a couple of months (except for Civ 5) then it started giving "driver error"(s) when the image would suddenly disappear for a few seconds then reappear. This got more and more frequent until it permanently quit working. I used it at max resolution 3840X2160 with a liquid cooler.
Pros: Worked well for a few months. There are water coolers for it...
Cons: Not reliable; mine came with working problems
Summary: Used this card for about a year and a half before passing it to a friend and getting something more. It wasn't necessary. I should have kept this. The performance was excellent. It's dead silent. It's solid as steel. Never gave me one ounce of trouble.
Summary: Just got it back after about 3 weeks from RMA and it STILL doesn't work. Am facing the exact same problem
Pros: Took any game that I threw at it on highest settings. Was great and quiet.
Cons: Stopped working about a year and half after I bought it. Even bought a new motherboard (not because of the video card though) and it still wouldn't work. Wouldn't show up in either the system browser in BIOS or device manager and wasn't detected by NVIDIA driver program.
Summary: I have this with a 3770 OC to 4.3G and can play every game at max, I only play at 720P as that's all my monitor supports (FYI). When the price of ( http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IJUFGDE/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=K58K4TC8D61C&coliid=I25IK02S4ERLWB ) drops, I will update this review.
Pros: Not much to say. Plug it in and forget about it. Runs newer games very well and slaughters anything old/ported from console. Still a very good card a couple years later. 3 fans provides good cooling. First card I've had in a long time that hasn't required some attention every couple months.
Cons: Big card. Make sure you have a large enough case and mobo
Summary: I originally had only one of these in on a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H with an i5. Easily got a massive overclock with it, held stable and would play everything in 1080p/3D at completely playable (30+fps) frame rates.
Pros: -Great card for the money. Was the best bang for the buck in in this price range when it came out. If you can get one used for a good price, jump on it. -Nice factory overclock. -Overclocks easily and stays extremely cool. I was able to get huge overclocks out of it (+160 GPU / +800 Mem) with a s...
Cons: -Unfortunately one died and I had to RMA it. -Yes it is heavy and long. Not a con in my book, just something to be aware of. The specs are available, don't understand why people complain when the info is readily available.
Summary: Honestly, if you have one of these already, get a second one to make SLI. Don't waste money on the 780 yet. Wait till the 800 series first, as two 670's can beat ONE 780. If you don't care about money, just get two 780's.
Summary: Love this card and would give it a 5 out of 5 if it didn't have persistent and nagging glitches listed.
Pros: Card allows me to play virtually any game I want on high detail and still get >30 fps. I have played Guild Wars 2 and Borderland 2 to death on this card and have been very satisfied.
Cons: It seems to have two glitches that reoccur no matter what I do. 1) On a reboot graphics will come up with images oddly colored (littled off color edgies). A reboot or two usually solves problem. 2) Sometimes when the screen goes to sleep the card seems to forget that it is supplying video and vid...